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. the unforgettable comedy, "the hangover." now, nascar superstar jimmie johnson, of all people, is giving us his own crazy take on the movie. he and his buddies teamed up. great sense of humor. >> let me guess, this is coming up in "pop news"? >> i believe so. >> this is sunday, december 8th. good morning, everybody. >>> also coming up, beyonce and jay z going vegan. not without a few missteps. which we'll show you coming up. is this plant-based diet really the healthiest way to go? we'll talk about it coming up. >> raised eyebrows over that. >>> we're going to begin this half hour with the murder case that has stunned the nation. all eyes on a courtroom in montana tomorrow when a newlywed goes to trial for allegedly killing her husband. >> jordan lynn graham is accused of pushing her husband off a cliff eight days after tying the knot. she claims it was a terrible accident. and abc's aditi roy has more. >> reporter: 22-year-old jordan graham is fighting for her freedom as she prepares to go to trial for allegedly killing her husband of just eight days, cody johnson. newly released legal briefs givi
jimmie johnson is giving us his own taken to movie. >> this is in "pop news "? >> i believe so. >>> also coming up, beyonce and jay z going vegan. not without a few missteps. is this the healthiest way to go? >>> the murder kaz that's stunned the nation. all eyes on a courtroom in montana tomorrow when a newly wed goes to trial for allegedly killing her husband. >> jordan lynn graham is accused of pushing her husband off a cliff eight days after tying the knot. she claims it was a terrible accident. >> reporter: 22-year-old jordan graham is fighting for her freedom as he pshe prepares to o trial. a new look at how the two sides will make their cases. prosecutors say they were at glacier national park in july when the defendant pushed mr. johnson in the back with both hands. he fell face-first to his death. seeming to contradict the defense's side. >> she openly admits she took a dear friend from us, it boggled my mind. >> reporter: oust terns say they plan the prove that for nine days after johnson's death, graham went to great lengths to hide her crime from friends, family, and law enfo
for allegedly killing her husband of eight days, cody johnson. newly released legal briefs giving a first look at how the two sides will make their cases. prosecutors say the montana newlywed were at glacier national park in july when the defendant pushed mr. johnson in the back with both hands. mr. johnson fell face first to his death. seemingly contradicting that he fell by accident after graham pushed his arm away during an argument. >> the fact she openly admits she took a dear friend from us boggles my mind. >> reporter: u.s. attorneys say they plan to prove for nine days after johnson's death, graham went to great lengths to hide her crime from family and friends and law enforcement. even allegedly sending herself e-mails from a fake account she created named tony. prosecutors have to prove she intended to kill him. this was not an accident. >> reporter: graham has pleaded not guilty. in their legal briefs, they admit graham's story changed over time but maintained johnson's death was an accident. the defense also writing in its brief that despite expected testimony that graham suffered
of a montana woman accused of shoving her husband off of a cliff. jordan graham and cody johnson had been married only eight days when prosecutors say graham pushed him with both hands off of a cliff in glacier national park. the defense said it was not intentional, they say graham was acting in self-defense after a heated argument. is it ef know elam picks up the story from there. >> reporter: what started as a wedding is ending in a courtroom trial. >> reporter: did you kill cody, did you mean to push your husband off a cliff? >> reporter: this month, jordan lynn graham will go on trial for murder. federal prosecutors say the 22-year-old deliberately shoved her 25-year-old husband to his death off of a cliff july 7th, eight days after their wedding. friends of cody johnson say they noticed problems from the start. >> when they were exchanging vows, jordan was looking down and wasn't looking at cody. >> reporter: graham's attorneys are claiming it was an accident, saying the couple started arguing, and that when she tried to remove her husband's hand from her arm, he lost his balance. in
for the -- and we have high-quality stocks like johnson & johnson, one of my fifes. smirk, my favorite company, peanut butter. both would have been substantially higher and i wanted to buy the oils and stick around, i'll tell you which ones are the best values and these are the kind of sweaters worth pouncing on before someone else nabs them up. right now the market is truly confused and confusion is a negative for stocks. i suspect there will be more mark dunns. nevertheless, the sweaters will be moved eventually. hey, maybe you'll start buying one tomorrow. john in california. >> hi, jim. how are you today? >> i don't know. i got bit by a spider. it's killing me. what's up? >> i tried to call you four and a half months ago on the airline industry and i wanted to thank you for the us air pub, when i told you how high do you think they could go? >> now that this deal is done, this stock has now sold off more than 10% from its high. a lot of this is because oil started bouncing again, but when we've seen these big deals occur these stocks have a second year better than the first year. i want yo
policies on discrimination. joining me now, ted johnson, fellow contributor as well as thegrio. thank you so much for joining u. ted. >> thanks for having me. >> as i understand it, the school has reacted by having a number of campuswide discussions about discrimination against gay people and they've also pushed a number of i guess educational efforts here at the college. but you've written about this and say this exposes a larger problem. >> yeah, absolutely. i mean, what we have here in our organization that are historic in nature and have been around almost a century, some over a century. and the fraternities quite frankly have a problem with meshing manhood and homosexuality. this is especially true in the hyper masculine entities that they are. you have an organization that wants to bring up real men and it just seems like to some that the gay man can't fit that mold. that's when the organizations really need to evolve and understand that they can absolutely keep their historic traditions that have attracted hundreds and thousands if not millions of african-americans over the last ce
analyst, peter johnson, jr. >> i guess if you think this is about martin luther king or others, it's not about something that's gone crazy, if you think it's not about a tax and spend plan to redistribute wealth in america and you want to make it about discrimination and class and race and gender warfare, then it's about civil rights. so if you want to romanticize something or talk about the struggle, if you want to talk about a crusade against rich people and middle class people or upper middle class people and somehow bring back a base that has gone away, steve, only 29%, 30% of young americans 18 to 29 who don't have health insurance say they're going to sign up for obamacare. there is another study that says that more than 50% of that same group, if they had an opportunity to recall the president -- we don't have recalls, but great britain and other places do. they would recall the president based upon obamacare and other issues. >> those are the people who voted for him. >> when you grasp for straws and say, this is about the civil rights movement, what do you think about when
-defense? cody johnson disappeared july 7th. four days later, gram led friends and relatives to a popular spot in the park where they found johnson's body. >>> and susan boyle, you remember her. the soft-spoken scott charmed her way into our hearts when she became a reality tv sensation basically over night. ♪ i dreamed a dream of time gone by ♪ >> still gives me goosebumps. now the hit recording artist has made a major revelation. she told the observer newspaper she was diagnosed last year with the development disorder asperger's syndrome. this is significant because when she was a child, doctors said she suffered from brain damage. let's talk about this with our medical correspondent, elizabeth cohen. what is asperger's syndrome, and what does this mean for her as far as this revised diagnosis? >> asperger's syndrome is actually a form of autism, and people hear that and think, how could someone like her have autism? they have vision that someone with autism is completely unable to communicate. people with asperger's are high functioning. they're on the autism spectrum, but they're very
, george johnson, talks about the evidence that dinosaurs had cancer. but cancer is found in many kinds of animals. it is found in the remains of egyptians buried several thousand years ago. it is a phenomenon of life, specially human life. there is a variety of factors that can increase the risk of any single individual developing cancer. by far the greatest in our society is use of tobacco. but obesity, lack of exercise, alcohol use, exposure to sunlight are among some of the causes. asbestos is no longer use but is another cause. yes, we need vitamin d. it there are other ways to get vitamin d. modest exposure to sunlight is very different than the kinds of exposures that lead to inordinate numbers of mutations as a result of uv exposures. most people get plenty of vitamin d. deficiencies in vitamin d can be repaired by taking it orally. host: how important is it to listen to your body? early detection and early awareness in terms of living or allowing you to live with cancer and it being treated, regardless of the type of cancer? guest: unfortunately, we cannot answer the question.
to kath. >> this beautiful blond is from chicago. right? okay. dakota johnson, who will play anastasia steele in the 2015 release of "fifty shades of grey" movie, don't act like you didn't read it, is the daughter of which actress? meg ryan. >> b. >> no. i thought everybody knew that. that's a lullaby album. i don't know. >> melanie griffith. >> and don johnson is her father. the film started shooting, it will come out in 2015. they just shot the first scene at the coffee shop. as soon as they start doing those other scenes let me know. >> please do. >> let you know. >> let's go over to kath. >> in the film "bridges of madison county," robert kinkade comes to town to, what, fix the bridges, tear down the bridges, paint the bridges or photograph the bridges? >> i think i should know. photograph the bridge. >> yes. i love that. >> anything with an accent is great. he was there to photograph the bridges. >> yes, he was. little clint eastwood. he starred, directed and produced this film. just a brilliant job. >> great, great movie. back across to kath. >> bunch of ladies are celebrating th
panel. msnbc contributor goldie taylor, professor of political science, jason johnson, and msnbc contributor and former bush-cheney senior adviser, robert traynam. i'll go ladies first. the fed up. nbc news helped conduct a focus group of 11 cincinnati area voters who described themselves as independents. here's what they said about congress and the shutdown earlier this year. take a listen. >> i think they were selfish, not caring about themselves but hurting the people they're supposed to be in there helping and representing. >> i thought it showed a lack of concern by our leaders for the people that they represent. they had their own agenda. i don't think they had people's best interest at heart. >> i felt like certain people decided to shut down the government to prove a point rather than to work towards making improvements. i have no problem they disagree with the affordable care act, but they could have worked to improve it. >> you think? anyway, how fed up is middle america with washington right now? >> i think they're damn fed up. i think they ought to be. a government th
. the speaker pro tempore: without objection, the gentleman is recognized for one minute. mr. johnson: mr. speaker, at a time when americans continue to see their health care options diminish by the president's disastrous health care law, it's critical that we work to return choice and freedom to the american people. that's why i introduced h.r. 3498, a commonsense bill that gives seniors the freedom to make their own health care decisions and opt out of medicare. if folks like warren buffett or ross perreault want to opt out of medicare part a because they don't want or need a government entitlement paying for their care, we should let them. this bill truly tells seniors, if you like your current coverage you can keep it without the risk of losing other benefits like social security. seniors want, need and deserve the right to choose a health care plan that fits their needs. i urge my colleagues to join my efforts in returning freedom and choice to american seniors. i yield back. the speaker pro tempore: the gentleman yields back. for what purpose does the gentlewoman from ohio seek reco
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